Carrie Fisher, who died today at 60, had the rare distinction of making the front page of the Los Angeles&nbsp;Times before she was even born. Here's the March 27, 1956, announcement:Debbie Reynolds, actress, and Eddie Fisher, singer, are anticipating becoming parents about November, according to information conveyed to Mrs. Raymond Reynolds, mother of Mrs. Fisher, over the phone from New York yesterday.Miss Reynolds told her mother that all the tests made in the eastern city indicated they could look forward to the happy event.&nbsp;The couple were married Sept. 26&nbsp;last year at Grossinger N.Y,. a resort in the Catskill Mountains.As the&nbsp;child of two major stars, Carrie Fisher lived her early years in the spotlight before going on to play one of the most beloved roles in modern cinema: Princess Leia in the original blockbuster "Star Wars" films.&nbsp;Here are some early Los Angeles Times shots of Fisher with her famous mother.Above, Carrie Fisher, almost 2, leaving her Los Angeles house with her mother&nbsp;on Sept. 9, 1958. The following day her parents announced that their marriage, considered ideal by many in Hollywood, was over.Eddie Fisher had famously fallen for Elizabeth Taylor, the widow of his close friend Mike Todd. Decades later, Taylor and Reynolds, who had been friends prior to the scandal, starred together in "These Old Broads," a film written by Carrie Fisher.Above, Fisher, 3, gives her mother a hug after her afternoon nap in their home in West Los Angeles, on Nov. 16, 1959.